TARVIN COMMUNITY CENTRE CHRISTMAS QUIZ

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The annual Community Centre Christmas Quiz seems now to be a well-established feature of the festive season, and this year's has been particularly successful.
22 copies were returned, all very high scoring (was it too easy?), and after a strict marking session the Committee can report that the winners were as follows:

1= Sylvia Wood (Tarporley)

1= Heather Leather (Kelsall)

3 Mary & Chas Wright (Gloucestershire)

Congratulations to them and to everyone else who entered. The answers will be displayed shortly on the noticeboard in the Community Centre foyer, and on Tarvinonline

Thank you to everyone who bought the quiz, whether or not you sent in your entry- we hope you had fun doing it- and for the compliments, which make the work of setting it, and finding a new theme each year, all worth while.
Thanks also to everyone who sold copies, especially Margaret Dixon, Bryan Evans and Walk Mill Bakery

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